Sidney Samson makes his pop crossover with a superstar who isn’t new to the electronic music world, Will.I.Am. Following “Dutchland,” Sidney comes back with an original mix for the clubs, an absolute party starter and energy booster, “Better Than Yesterday.” With Black Eyed Peas frontman on the vocal, this track can go either way — straight to the radio or deep into the night life scene. The beat comes with deeper progression and less bleeps than we are used to from Samson, but is packaged for infectious dance action. Head to Beatport for the release of “Better Than Yesterday” before it lands on Will.I.Am’s forthcoming album.
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